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Now I have got around to actually reading the Lovelock intervue. It is interesting, lots of food for thought.

I find his belief in a technomanagerial solution (of sorts) a bit naïve, especially when contrasted with his bleak view of the state of the environment. It is for me hard to picture a scenario where billions die, yet the infrastructure for nuclear power is not only maintained but expanded, and most availble energy is focused on high tech food (of sort) production. I fear that a cutback to 500 millions will not go down easy with the billions that must die and that nuclear might be found more useful as weapons.

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by A swedish kind of death on Sat Oct 27th, 2007 at 08:37:06 PM EST

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